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[movies]1958 EDSEL - OKEFENOKEE INTERLUDE
This film was produced by Edsel Divison of the Ford motor company. It was distributed to schools, libraries, rotary clubs and any other group who wanted to see it. You might call it a "travelog" with a subtle promotion of the all new Edsel. In this presentation, an over-worked doctor heads south for a much needed vacation. Along with his wife, he brings along his new 1958 Edsel.
Keywords: EDSEL, ford, fifties commercials
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[movies]Classic Coca-Cola Commercial from 1954
Classic 50's Commercial for Coca-Cola, originally broadcast 1954.
Keywords: Classic TV; 50's TV; 1950's TV; 1950's Television; 50's Television; Fifties Commercials; Coke; Coca-Cola; Retro
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[movies]1954 Episode of the TV series "Super Circus"
"Super Circus" was a popular 50's kids show featuring typical acts that perform at a circus. It featured 3 clowns who added comic relief to the show. This episode contains a Trapeze act, A trainer with a Leopard, and some elephants doing tricks. Also, This episode contains the original commercials.
Keywords: Super Circus; Classic TV; Kinescope; Old Time Television; Circus; 50's TV; 1950's TV; Fifties TV; 50's Television; 1950's Television; Fifties Television; Kids Show; Clown; Clowns; Trapeze; Trapeze Act; Leopard; elephants; classic commercials; 50's commercials; 1950's commercials; Fifties Commercials
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